An NHTSA modeling study indicated that lane change/merge crash avoidance systems would be 37 percent effective and road-departure countermeasure systems would be 24 percent effective.

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United States
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2007-00497
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In 1997, a modeling study conducted by the NHTS found that lane change/merge crash avoidance system would be effective in 37 percent of crashes, and the road-departure countermeasure system would be effective in 24 percent of crashes.
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